|Bid||79.86 x 1000|
|Ask||80.42 x 2200|
|Day's Range||79.68 - 80.85|
|52 Week Range||50.35 - 81.88|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||68.50|
|Earnings Date||Sep 24, 2018 - Sep 28, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.80 (0.99%)|
|1y Target Est||81.24|
Walmart is bulking up its apparel brands in stores and online to compete with Amazon, Target and others. The new clothing line with Ellen DeGeneres, called EV1, will roll out in Walmart stores and online next month, with all items priced under $30. Walmart WMT is partnering with Ellen DeGeneres on a new clothing line as the retailer looks to bulk up its apparel brands in stores and online to compete with the likes of Amazon AMZN and Target TGT .
Nike (NYSE:NKE) is a fine company, and arguably the most recognizable sports apparel brand in the world. All things are relative though, and while Nike may be able to muster some more growth ahead, that doesn’t inherently make Nike stock a buy at any price.
Nike (NYSE:NKE) has been hit with a lawsuit as some of the company’s female employees claimed that the company has gender discrimination practices and the way some of the men behave is reminiscent of a fraternity house. Four women filed suit against the athletics apparel maker over a reported culture of sexual harassment and unequal treatment of women. “Nike has a real good-old-boy’s culture,” the Markowitz Herbold attorney said. “Women came into the company paid less than men, then they are ranked more harshly and, as a result, got smaller raises and bonuses,” she added.
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Two women filed a lawsuit against Nike Inc., alleging it discriminated against them in pay and career advancement, the latest development amid scrutiny over the company’s workplace culture. The women say Nike paid them less than male counterparts at the company. The lawsuit, which seeks class-action status, claims Nike “has intentionally and willfully discriminated” against women “with respect to pay, promotions, and conditions of employment.” It seeks that the plaintiffs “are made whole” from lost compensation and benefits, among other damages.
It could be several months before there are additional filings in the case, which made international news.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Four women who used to work for Nike filed a federal lawsuit alleging the company violated state and U.S. equal-pay laws and fostered a work environment that allowed sexual harassment.
A class action lawsuit filed against Nike Inc. late Thursday gives the fullest picture yet of the toxic workplace behavior that's become the biggest scandal to envelope the company since it repeatedly batted away sweatshop criticisms in the 1990s.
Nike Inc. this weekend is releasing a breakfast-branded series of its Kyrie 4 basketball sneakers, featuring a trio of General Mills cereals.
A pair of former Nike Inc. employees have filed a class action suit for pay inequity and gender discrimination. Kelly Cahill and Sara Renee Johnson filed the suit in Oregon's U.S. District Court. The Portland firm Markowitz Herbold PC is working on the matter with two other firms.
Nike is accused of "intentionally and willfully discriminated against [women] with respect to pay, promotions, and conditions of employment" in new lawsuit. The lawsuit filed accuses Nike of systematically discriminating against women and fostering a hostile workplace that tolerated or ignored sexual assault. Nike has taken a number of corrective steps since the allegations came to light in March, including ousting at least 11 executives and changing its pay practices.
Nike Inc. was sued for sexual discrimination by former female employees who say women were "devalued and demeaned" by the company, where they are passed over for promotions, paid less than their male counterparts and ignored when they complain. The lawsuit, filed Thursday in federal court in Portland, Oregon, seeks class-action status and accuses the maker of athletic footwear and apparel of violating the Federal Equal Pay Act and similar state laws. The plaintiffs, former employees Sara Johnston and Kelly Cahill, say the company’s employment policies are hostile to women.
Here are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Friday’s session. Stock movements reflect premarket trading. Dropbox Inc.—Down 8.9%: The company’s chief operating officer is departing, which apparently unnerved investors despite its second-quarter revenue and earnings topping expectations.
It’s hard to overestimate the influence that Nike has had on worldwide culture. When Adidas AG ( ADDYY) and Converse (the latter eventually bought by Nike in 2003) dominated the United States athletic shoe market in the 1970s, the shoes themselves were intended for function, not fashion.
BERLIN—Adidas AG’s net income more than doubled in the three months to June, after demand for merchandise from the soccer World Cup boosted sales growth in North America and China. The results came as Adidas faces a fresh challenge on its home turf from U.S.-rival Nike, which is establishing a German headquarters in Berlin to tap the city’s trendsetting youth scene. Adidas’s net income rose to €396 million ($460 million) in the second quarter, up from €158 million in the comparable period of 2017.
NIKE, Inc. announced today that its Board of Directors has declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.20 per share on the company’s outstanding Class A and Class B Common Stock payable on October 1, 2018, to shareholders of record at the close of business on September 4, 2018.
Nike is currently in hot water after two former female employees accused the sports retail giant of gender discrimination. Here's what Nike had to say in response.
Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith on the stocks making headlines in midday trading Friday.